Best Eastern Delfin

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Azerbaijan

A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet

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... got to know us very well for the next three days and we basically bought him out of kebab meat each day. We spent the rest of that day relaxing around the apartment and having a few drinks to finish off any alcohol we had left over (Iran is dry so you can't take any alcohol in). That night Suse had to drive the truck down to the customs at the border as when we crossed into Azerbaijan they would only give the truck a three day transit visa and if it stayed any longer it would ...

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A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann

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38

... book which is a humerous guide to overlanding which says that you should not get too hung up with hand washing... it is hard, clean underwear is very important. At every hotel there will either be a notice telling us about the hotel's laundry service, or there will be handwashing strung up across rooms and balconies. I am getting better at it, and far better than I was 12 years ago when I backpacked around Europe. Anyway, back to the trip...

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Sailing across the Caspian Sea!

A travel blog entry by 2graytravellers

... keep us going whilst aboard. We shared a 4 berth overnight cabin with a Dutch couple who also had grand-children, so we christened it the Granny Annexe.
Our crossing was very calm and we ladies spent an hour on top deck during the morning doing some Tai Chi moves to pass the time and enjoy the lovely sunshine.
We were all amazed to be landing in Turkmenistan by about 4pm later that day, as our cargo boat ...

City Tour and More Walking around Baku

A travel blog entry by dmarek

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... area with a number of fountains. Noel found a few souvenir shops to check out tomorrow but didn't find the statue of a girl with a cell phone that he was looking for. We located the KFC and MacDonald's that verified that we were in Fountain Square and then began to look for a place for our drinks. Leo was off alcohol for the moment so he had coffee and Noel wanted a local beer. I saw a draft beer listed on the menu but it turned out to be a bottled beer and ...

'Check out my gravel pit...'

A travel blog entry by andyball

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... 8217;t speak Armenian or Russian. That’s not entirely true, I can say 'Yavas lubloo’ which means 'I love you’ thanks to Charlie Bronson in the Great Escape, but that’s not much use here really. We’re short on time and to cap it off nicely all the banks in town closed 15 minutes ago…

The Kazakhstani Seven as we have been named by the group spent all day doing nothing at the hostel. We waited from ten ...

 

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